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Euler and the Bernoullis: Learning by Teaching - References and About the Author

Author(s): 
Paul Bedard (Saint Clair County Community College)

References

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About the Author

Paul Bedard teaches mathematics at Saint Clair County Community College in Port Huron, Michigan. He received his BS in mathematics from the University of Detroit in 1992 and his MA in Mathematics from Wayne State University in 1995. His article on Leibniz, “Leibniz and the Nature of Innovation,” appeared in the MathAMATYC Educator, volume 5, number 3, May 2014. Fascinated by the many ways that mathematics history and the geniuses who comprised it can be used in the classroom to enrich and add value to any area, Bedard enjoys debating the calculus priority question and, predictably, favors Leibniz.

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